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Is it a miracle to start a new life with Worldpulse?

When I was a child, most people said I wouldn’t have studied high as my family was so poor even needed to buy books for studying. … Read More»

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Miracles: A Baby Girl From Across the World

A man who came home from war in Vietnam so scarred that his wife didn’t know him. A mother of two whose doctor told her that if she got pregnant again, it would kill her. … Read More»

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What Is, and What Could Have Been

When I was four days old, I was left on the doorsteps of an orphanage in Seoul, Korea. I am told I was bundled in blankets with a note tucked inside stating my name, and date and time of birth. … Read More»

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One Woman's Strength

She saved me when I was seven. Be it shock, confusion, or the mind of a young girl, I didn’t know that’s what she did. … Read More»

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My Story: Miracles submission

I ducked into the alley between the aluminum booths at the Ugandan market. A sign pointed: "Antiques." It should have read, "Miracles." … Read More»

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A woman is gathering children from the the field of cold blood,she is singing the song of Mosses and not talking to any body because the scenery is too pathetic.Happy homes are now quite,children are … Read More»

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The Worst Can Be The Best

Life is like a wheel. Sometimes we’re up. Sometimes we’re down. And, when we’re down, be ready not only for the worst, but also for the best. … Read More»

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Building's Don't Have Memories

Buildings don’t have memories. Wooden planks and age-kissed mortar never recognize your face as you walk the length of a hallway or slide your hand along the railway of a well-worn staircase. … Read More»

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By Purity Mwendwa The unexpected happens … Read More»

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my soft miracle

my story goes like this i am an only child and i think that is the main reason why i chose the story "Sofunwa" which literally means "only child" in igbo language and in Yoruba language it means "t … Read More»

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